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What is the role of a Juvenile Defense Attorney in Court?
Important to Know:
Overview of The Juvenile Criminal Justice Process
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Important to Know
Police Encounters: What Students Should Know
These trends make it critical that students know what to do when they find themselves on the receiving end of a police inquiry. Students are particularly vulnerable, as they may not understand the situation’s gravity or how to handle it. Learn what students should do when approached by the police.
Important to know:
Juvenile Defense Frequently
My child and I do not live in Ohio. Can you help us?
In the court system, who is considered a juvenile?
What should my child do if the police try to question my juvenile child?
Do school administrators have to call parents before police question students?
Can school administrators search my child’s locker or backpack?
Are child pornography cases prosecuted in state court or federal court?
Do you only represent accused students?
What should my child do if the police ask for their phone?
Can a child be searched by the police?
What is sexting?
Is sexting a crime?
How does sex offender registration work in Ohio?
Not all sex offenders are subject to community notification. Tier III offenders are subject to community notification, which means that whenever the person initially registers or moves to a new address, any neighbors within a 1,250– foot radius will be notified.
Failure to register as a sex offender is a felony of the 5th degree if the underlying offense is a felony.